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National Theatre - Tokyo Presents July 2022 Traditional Japanese Dance Performance "Hanagata Meisaku Buyō Kanshōkai" (Star and Masterpiece Traditional Japanese Dance Performance) (Performance Date: July 23, 2022 / Venue: National Theatre Small Theatre) Available Until Noon JST on March 31, 2024 We invite you to enjoy these masterpieces of Kabuki dance – the centerpiece of traditional Japanese dance! Leading performers of the traditional Japanese dance world are gather together for this series of masterpieces that showcase their exquisite techniques and supple forms. This is a wonderful opportunity for both fans of traditional dance as well as those not as familiar with it to more fully learn and appreciate the charms of this beautiful Japanese art. You will not want to miss it! Nagauta "Fujimusume" Fujima Murasaki This Nagauta piece is based on Fujimusume (wisteria maiden), the subject of an Otsu-e (picture from Otsu, Shiga) that was popular during the Edo period. On an impressive stage set featuring a huge pine tree and wisteria flowers, the wisteria spirit dances, piquantly expressing a woman’s colorful heart. This is a masterpiece with varying musical compositions, including elegant dances to the accompaniment of Fujiondo (marching songs of the wisteria) and the use of the hikinuki technique (a quick change of costume). Vocal and Shamisen: Kineya Katsushirō, Kineya Eihachirō and others Percussion Ensemble: Tōsha Roei and others FY 2022 Japan Cultural Expo Project Presented and Co presented by Japan Arts Council and Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
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View full lesson: 🤍 The Japanese dance and theater art of kabuki, derived from the word kabuku, meaning "out of the ordinary," can be traced back to the streets of seventeenth-century Kyoto. Kabuki became a dramatic art for the common people, with its use of makeup and facial expressions rather than masks, as well as a playful take on current events. Amanda Mattes tracks the evolution of kabuki and its place in Japan's rich cultural heritage. Lesson by Amanda Mattes, animation by Tom Gran.
The kabuki play Shibaraku ("Wait a Moment!") was first staged by Ichikawa Danjūrō I at the Nakamura-za theatre in Edo, and represents the greatest surviving example of aragoto drama. Let's have a look at its plot and some of the main elements! Since the beginning of the Heisei period in 1989, there has been only 14 performances of Shibaraku, 4 by Ichikawa Danjūrō XII, 6 by his son, Ichikawa Ebizō XI, 2 by Onoe Shōroku IV (as part of productions of Gohiiki Kanjinchō), 1 by Ichikawa Uzaemon XVII (in 1993) and 1 by Matsumoto Kōshirō IX (in 1991). You can read an english translation of this play in the book "Kabuki Plays on Stage Vol 1: Brilliance and Bravado", and find more information in kabuki21: 🤍 If you have any question, correction or suggestion you can contact me at: in.praise.of.shadows.kabuki🤍gmail.com #kabuki #theatre #japan
When you imagine traditional Japanese stage art, I think it would look something like this. But these pictures actually represent two different stage arts, Noh and Kabuki. Do you know which one is which, and how they are different? Although they may look alike in photos, they actually are two very different stage arts. So today, as a Noh trainee, I will briefly introduce the history of both Noh and Kabuki, and then explain about the 3 main differences. In the “omake” talk at the very end, I’d like to show you some of my Noh scripts I use for my training which are called "Utai-bon." [Time codes] 0:00 Let's START! 1:06 The history of NOH 3:51 The history of KABUKI 6:11 The differences of NOH and KABUKI 8:43 Today's conclusion 10:53 "Omake" talk ▼Who is Shogo? What is this channel about?▼ 🤍 ▼Related videos in this channel▼ -The answer to "Are Japanese really non-religious?" The complex relationship of Shintoism & Buddhism 🤍 -5 reasons why I recommend Japanese learners to enjoy "Rakugo!" All you need to know in one video 🤍 -How omiyamairi and okuizome are actually done! Baby's first shrine visit & first meal ceremony 🤍 ▼MY DREAM▼ 🤍 “To make every Japan lovers’ dream come true, by making Japan a more secure, comfortable, and safer place for everyone to visit, study, and live in” I will be using the profit I gain from this channel at restaurants, hotels, and cultural facilities in Kyoto to introduce them. The more you watch the videos on this channel, Kyoto and Japan will become a more exciting place, and you can support your own and others’ dreams in the future even more. ▼Join our Membership▼ 🤍 ●Membership benefits -Limited behind-the-scene videos 🤍 -Weekly live stream -Priority reply to comments Every single yen we earn from this membership, we will be donating to groups of people who are fighting to solve social problems in Japan, the Japanese schools where foreign students can study, or use it to spread the works of people working with traditional culture in Japan to preserve the arts they are doing. ▼[Sub-channel] “Shogo’s Podcast”▼ 🤍 Please subscribe!! The perfect channel to learn about Japanese culture and history in your spare time, during your walk to school or work, and when you are cooking or doing house chores. Not only will I be covering the topics in this main channel, but also some topics that you will only be able to enjoy in the sub-channel, like answering questions I receive, and my opinions towards some of the comments. ▼[Listen to the real voices of the Japanese] "Voices from Japan series"▼ … ▼[For YOU traveling to Kyoto] Check out the "Kyoto Hidden Gems" that we introduce▼ 🤍 ▼Instagram▼ 🤍 *Please ask me questions through the DM here!（⚠️I do not use e-mail） ▼Shogo’s profile▼ Hello everyone, and thank you for watching my videos! I’m Shogo, a Kyoto born & Hiroshima raised Japanese, that grew up in Michigan USA for 6 years, and studied Mandarin in Beijing university for a year! I live in Kyoto now, as I train in Iaido(katana), Sado(tea ceremony), and Noh theatre(traditional stage art). In this channel, you can take a closer look at Japanese traditional culture, tips on traveling to Kyoto, and social problems in Japan. So learners and lovers of Japanese language and culture, be sure to subscribe to enjoy more content! If you enjoyed this video, please hit the LIKE button, and share with your friends and family! My goal is “to achieve 1,000,000 subscribers by January 2023”, so your help would mean a lot! ♪Music♪ おとわび 🤍 H/MIX GALLERY 🤍 ♪Sound effects♪ 効果音ラボ 🤍 ♪Pictures♪ かわいいフリー素材屋 いらすとや 🤍 #nohtheatre #nohplay #japanesenoh #kabukitheatre #kabukiplay
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UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: 🤍 Description: Kabuki is a Japanese traditional theatre form, which originated in the Edo period at the beginning of the seventeenth century and was particularly popular among townspeople. Originally, both men and women acted in Kabuki plays, but eventually only male actors performed the plays: a tradition that has remained to the present day. Male actors specialized in womens roles are called onnagata. Two other major role types are aragoto (rough style) and wagoto (soft style). Kabuki plays are about historical events and moral conflict in relationships of the heart. The actors speak in a monotone voice and are accompanied by traditional instruments. The Kabuki stage is equipped with several gadgets, such as revolving stages and trapdoors through which the actors can appear and disappear. Another speciality of the Kabuki stage is a footbridge (hanamichi) that extends into the audience. Important characteristics of Kabuki theatre include its particular music, costumes, stage devices and props as well as specific plays, language and acting styles, such as the mie, in which the actor holds a characteristic pose to establish his character. Keshÿ, the particular make-up, provides an element of style easily recognizable even by those unfamiliar with the art form. After 1868, when Japan opened to Western influence, actors strove to heighten the reputation of Kabuki among the upper classes and to adapt the traditional styles to modern tastes. Today, Kabuki is the most popular of the traditional styles of Japanese drama. Country(ies): Japan
Book about kabuki: 🤍 Kabuki (ka歌 bu舞 ki伎) is a classical Japanese dance-drama. Kabuki theatre is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate make-up worn by some of its performers. The individual kanji, from left to right, mean sing (歌), dance (舞), and skill (伎). Kabuki is therefore sometimes translated as "the art of singing and dancing". These are, however, ateji characters which do not reflect actual etymology. The kanji of 'skill' generally refers to a performer in kabuki theatre. Since the word kabuki is believed to derive from the verb kabuku, meaning "to lean" or "to be out of the ordinary", kabuki can be interpreted as "avant-garde" or "bizarre" theatre. The expression kabukimono (歌舞伎者) referred originally to those who were bizarrely dressed. It is often translated into English as "strange things" or "the crazy ones", and referred to the style of dress worn by gangs of samurai. In 2005, the Kabuki theatre was proclaimed by UNESCO as an intangible heritage possessing outstanding universal value. In 2008, it was inscribed in the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Momijigari ("Viewing the Autumn Foliage") is a dance-drama written by the playwright Kawatake Mokuami, and first performed in October 1887 at the Shintomi-za theatre in Tokyo. The actor Ichikawa Danjūrō IX, in addition to creating the choreography, played the role of Princess Sarashina, while Taira no Koremochi was played by Ichikawa Sadanji I. An extended version of this video will be available later today or tomorrow in our Patreon, including footage which didn't make it into the final cut: 🤍 And you can read the wonderful English translation by Richard Emmert and Alan Cummings in the book "Kabuki Plays on Stage Vol 4: Restoration and Reform": 🤍 Special thanks to the Patreon members who make these videos possible, including C. H. White, Eric Pan, SuperGingernutz, calvin, Valerie and Tina Draughon!
Why does actor Toma Ikuta take on the challenge of New Kabuki, a traditional Japanese art? This fly-on-the-wall documentary follows Toma as he enters the world of New Kabuki, and also explores his 20-year friendship with actor Matsuya Onoe. The Netflix Documentary "Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta" releases worldwide on Thursday, 16 june, only on Netflix. 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with 222 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries, feature films and mobile games across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. Find Netflix Malaysia on: ➡️INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ➡️TWITTER: 🤍 ➡️FACEBOOK：🤍 Find Netflix Singapore on: ➡️INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ➡️FACEBOOK: 🤍 Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta | Official Trailer | Netflix 🤍 Drama, heritage, soul; Actor Toma Ikuta trains for his first kabuki theater performance with his long-time friend, kabuki actor Matsuya Onoe.
In this video, we take a quick tour of 10 of the most popular works in the kabuki dance repertoire. Let me know which ones are your favorites, and which ones you miss on this list! Special thanks to the Patreon members who make these videos possible: C. H. White, Eric Pan, SuperGingernutz, calvin, Valerie, L Jay H, Tina Draughon, Faith, Kieran Byfield and Jonatan Alvarado! You can also support Kabuki In-Depth on Patreon: 🤍
Kabuki "කබුකි" by Janana feat. Kesavan Thangavadivel Based on "Malaumge aurudu da (මලවුන්ගේ අවුරුදු දා)" by Prof. Ediriweera Sarachchandra. Written by - Janana Vocals by - Kesavan Thangavadivel & Janana Music directed, produced & programmed by - Janana Mixed & mastered by - Janana Recorded by - Janana & Kesavan Thangavadivel Cover art & lyrics visualizer by - Janana • Listn on spotify now, 🤍 The story, රෑ පහන් එලී නිවුනම නුඹව සිහිවෙනවා ඒ කනා මැදීයම් රැයේ නුඹ යනවා මේ සකුරා මහේ මල් පෙත්තක් නුඹ හොයලා රෑ කබුකි බලන්නට නුඹවත් එක්කන් එනවා අසලියා මලක් නුඹ මගෙම වෙලා මගෙ නොරිකො නුඹයි හෙව්වා මං මිදෝරියේ රෑ වීදි ගනන් නුඹ හොයා ඇවිත් තිබුනා චෙරි මල නුඹෙ ළබ උන් සකුරා මලක් නලවන් නුඹෙ මල් ඉති පුරවන් යං කබුකි බලන් මලකිණි නුඹ නොරිකො මගේ සකුරා මල මගේ කබුකි නටන නාටිකාව වෙනුවෙන් මං දැවේ චෙරි මලක දිගේ කබුකි නැවතුනේ මං ලා දම් පාටින් සකුරා ඉතිත් බිම හැලිලා මේ හිම පාරෙ පිනි බිඳු මට පෑගෙනවා මේ වැහි කාලේ නුබ ආලේ මට නැතුවා රෑ කබුකි බලන්නට නුඹවත් එක්කන් එනවා #lyricvideo #newsong #sinhalasongs A +VIBRN LABS ORIGINAL.
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In this video, we cover the upcoming Kyoto name-taking ceremony of Ichikawa Danjūrō XIII and his son, Ichikawa Shinnosuke VIII, which will occupy most of this year's kaomise program at the Minami-za. For more kabuki news in English, check out, as always, kabuki21: 🤍 Special thanks to the Patreon members who make these videos possible, including C. H. White, Eric Pan, SuperGingernutz, calvin, Valerie, Tina Draughon, Faith, Kieran Byfield, Jonatan Alvarado, Adrian Smetsers, jokermxyzptlk, Bryan LaVergne, Sean Brown, Bobby Nakamoto, kuyumikusachi, Eddie Lew, Carol Whiteside, Shelly and Avarice donator! You can also support Kabuki In-Depth on Patreon: 🤍
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The Kabuki Sandai Meisaku Kyōgen or "Three Great Kabuki Masterpieces" were written by the group of playwrights including Takeda Izumo I, Takeda Izumo II, Miyoshi Shōraku and Namiki Sōsuke, in the period between 1746 and 1748. Which one is your favorite? You can learn much more about Kanadehon Chūshingura here: 🤍 And about Yoshitsune Senbon Zakura here: 🤍 Special thanks to the Patreon members who make these videos possible, including C. H. White, Eric Pan, SuperGingernutz, calvin and Valerie! You can also support Kabuki In-Depth on Patreon: 🤍
Watch highlights of a rare performance of Kabuki in the U.S. by the esteemed Shochiku Co., Ltd of Tokyo. Set against the lush backdrop of the Portland Japanese Garden, the talented Nakamura Umemaru marked his U.S. debut in Tenaraiko, one of the best known dances in the Kabuki repertoire. We invite you to take in every moment of this extraordinary performance. Video copyright of Portland Japanese Garden / Shochiku Co., Ltd Filmed & Edited by Sheepscot Creative in Portland, OR
In this video, we have a look at the kabuki plays most often performed in the period between 1989 and 2022. Interestingly enough, a table compiled by Samuel L. Leiter, for the period between 1952 and 1965 (in his book "Kabuki at the Crossroads"), yields almost the same results, with Renjishi replaced by Kagami Jishi, Futatsu Chōchō Kuruwa Nikki by Benten Kozō and Koi no Tayori Yamato Ōrai by Imoseyama Onna Teikin, and some small differences in the order. Special thanks to the Patreon members who make these videos possible, including C. H. White, Eric Pan, SuperGingernutz, calvin and Valerie! You can also support Kabuki In-Depth on Patreon: 🤍
One of the highlights of the scene Ichijō Ōkura Monogatari ("The Tale of Ichijō Ōkura"), from the 1731 play Kiichi Hōgen Sanryaku no Maki. The role of Ichijō Ōkura is played here by Nakamura Kanzaburō XVIII, during his 2005 name-taking ceremony. If you want to learn more about kabuki, check out our channel! 🤍
Director: Ichikawa Ennosuke III, recording Amsterdam 1985, Yoshitsune senbonzakura - the fullest version of this kabuki play consists of fifteen scenes in five acts. Though this was originally intended to be performed across the better part of a day, modes of performance have changed, and the full version would today take twice that long, due to the style and speed of current forms of acting. Digitalized from an old VHS tape, so the quality is far from HD. PLAYLIST - Theatre and more: 🤍 0:00:45 – Act 1 In front of the gate to the Inari Temple at Fushimi Yoshitsune, from the Minamoto family, has helped to defeat the Taira family. Then he himself fell into disgrace with his older brother. He is now with his followers, including the truculent Benkei, in front of the gate of the Inari temple. They are about to flee from the capital Kyoto 0:21:14 – 2 The inn at the harbor Yoshitsune and his friends, still on the run, are now staying in the inn at the port, owned by Gimpei and his wife Oryu. They are waiting for better weather to be able to board. A few servants and sailors in front of the inn. 0:34:39 – 3 In the backroom of the inn The fight at sea Tomomori is a warrior of the defeated Taira lineage. He is looking for revenge. Disguised as a spirit, he will attack Yoshitsune's boat at sea. The child-emperor Antoku, also a Taira, his wet nurse Suke no Tsubone and ladies-in-waiting, now in court dress, are waiting anxiously for the outcome of the battle. 0:44:45 – 4 On the beach of Daimotsu Tomomori's plan to kill Yoshitsune at sea has failed. Deadly wounded he appears on the beach of Daimotsu. 1:04:57 – 5 The residence of van Kawatsura Hogen Yoshitsune is still on the run for the followers of his older brother. He is now hiding in the residence of Kawatsura Hogen and his wife Asuka. 1:54:13 – 6 In front of the Zaodo Temple Tadanobu, a vassal of Yoshitsune, is at the Zaodo Temple. He hopes to meet the killer of his brother there. 2:07:45 – Credits
In this video, we take a look at the mie (見得) poses, one of the most important and distinct elements of kabuki performance. Some important have been left out of the final edit, including some important poses, such as the impressive ebizori performed by onnagata, the soku mie and the yūrei, "ghost" mie, and the many character or play-specific examples. Much more could be said about the acting and the music, including the interaction with the narimono and shamisen. Hopefully I can cover them on another occasion! Special thanks to the Patreon members who make these videos possible, including C. H. White, Eric Pan, SuperGingernutz, calvin, Valerie, Tina Draughon, Faith, Kieran Byfield, Jonatan Alvarado, Adrian Smetsers and jokermxyzptlk! You can also support Kabuki In-Depth on Patreon: 🤍
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Watch the official stream here! 🤍 NOTE: I have translated this using my very basic knowledge of Japanese. Some parts I was unable to sub, and some parts may not be 100% accurate, But I have tried my best! I apologise for the many mistakes made in this video, but hope you find enjoyment in this nonetheless!
We're headed back to Japan, this time in the Edo period to follow up on Noh theater, which had gone out of style last time we checked in. Now, under the Shoguns, there's couple of really interesting types of drama on the scene. Kabuki is a sort of successor to Noh, with wilder stories and more action. And Bunraku is straight up high intensity puppet theater. Mike tells you all about how the Samurais got themselves into trouble watching bawdy theater shows in Edo. Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark Brouwer, Erika & Alexa Saur Glenn Elliott, Justin Zingsheim, Jessica Wode, Eric Prestemon, Kathrin Benoit, Tom Trval, Nathan Taylor, Divonne Holmes à Court, Brian Thomas Gossett, Khaled El Shalakany, Indika Siriwardena, SR Foxley, Sam Ferguson, Yasenia Cruz, Eric Koslow, Caleb Weeks, Tim Curwick, D.A. Noe, Shawn Arnold, Ruth Perez, Malcolm Callis, Ken Penttinen, Advait Shinde, William McGraw, Andrei Krishkevich, Rachel Bright, Mayumi Maeda, Kathy & Tim Philip, Jirat, Eric Kitchen, Ian Dundore, Chris Peters Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support Crash Course on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍
Inspired by Queen’s iconic 1975 album, A Night At The Opera, the production attempts a retelling of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet with a bold twist in 12th-century Japan, incorporating all 12 songs from the album, having been granted access to the original master recordings. Subscribe to the official Queen channel Here 🤍 Watch more: 🤍 About Queen: Welcome to the official Queen channel. Subscribe today for exclusive Queen videos, including live shows, interviews, music videos & much more. Connect with Queen Online: Visit the official Queen Website: 🤍 Follow Queen on Instagram: 🤍 Follow Queen on TikTok: 🤍 Follow Queen on Twitter: 🤍 Queen - A Night At The Kabuki 🤍
Kabuki (or Ez Kevokim) is a well-known Kurdish old wedding song. Music Director/Arranger: Parham Haghighi (Arranged based on an arrangement by Houshang Kamkar) Singer: Mehdi Bagheri Tar: Sahba Motallebi Kamancheh: Amir Zaker (soloist) Tar: Maryam Fouladi Violin: Layth Sidiq Cello: Naseem Alatrash Oud: Fares Btoush Laouto: Vasileios Kostas Qanun 1: Tony Barhoum (Soloist) Qanun 2: Sarouna Mushasha Trombone: David Joslin Bass: Akos Forgacs Tapan: Yogev Gabay Djembe: Tareq Rantisi Daf 1: Pouya Shabanpour Daf 2: Keyhan Kamelian Frame Drum: Christiane Karam Choir singers: Annalisa Lombardo, Dana Protsenko, Visnja Begovic, Ernest Deriabin, Inna Dudukina, Katerina Tolkishevskaya Dancer and Choreographer: Sheila Eghbali Video Post Production: Inna Dudukina Mixed and Mastered by Kia Eshghi Performed as the finale for 7th Annual Berklee Middle Eastern Festival: Music of Persia, directed by Christiane Karam March 3, 2015 Berklee Performance Center Boston, MA
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One of the highlights of the kabuki dance Shunkyō Kagami Jishi ("The Mirror Shishi, a Spring Diversion"), premiered in 1893 at the Kabuki-za. If you want to learn more about this dance, check out our full-length video: 🤍
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Ishikawa Goemon is a legendary thief from the late 16th century who appears in several kabuki plays. Actor Kataoka Ainosuke explores what makes this figure so popular.
«Depression Anthem» is the first single of our upcoming Album «This Will Pass» (Release: 13.1.2023). We took a camera to our gig at Gränichen Open Air 2022 and this is what happened. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported us, we had a blast! Directed, Filmed and Edited by: Sebastian Igel (🤍 Produced by: Kabuki Joe Our socials: 🤍 🤍facebook.com/Kabukijoeband/ Booking: kabookingjoe🤍gmail.com 🤍dmbrecords.com About us: Im November 2019 veröffentlichten Kabuki Joe ihr Debut-Album «Weight of the Week». Vier Monate später stand die Welt still. Die Coronakrise sorgte auch bei den Zürchern für abgesagte Konzerte, durchkreuzte Pläne und viel Zeit. Genug, um all die Gefühle, die so eine Krise auslöst in 12 Punkrock-Hymnen zu verarbeiten. Und genug, um musikalisch neue Wege zu erforschen. Die Gitarre muss nicht mehr immer verzerrt sein, der Gesang nicht immer am Anschlag. «This Will Pass» ist zwar Punkrock durch und durch. Das Album zeigt gleichzeitig auch, wie facettenreich dieses Genre sein kann. Gesungen wird dabei vor allem vom Tod, der in den zwei Jahren allgegenwärtig schien. Aber auch von Hoffnung, Hochzeiten und Holidays. Und so sehnen sich die vier Jungs danach, dass «this» jetzt tatsächlich vorbei ist. Denn die Bühnen, die nach «Weight of the Week» erstmal verstaubten, stehen noch immer. Und warten.
In this video, we take a look at the eleven scenes most often performed from the epic jidaimono play Yoshitsune Senbon Zakura ("Yoshitsune and the Thousand Cherry Trees"), written in 1747 for the bunraku puppet theatre by the playwrights Takeda Izumo II, Miyoshi Shōraku and Namiki Senryū I, the same team that produced Kanadehon Chūshingura and Sugawara Denju Tenarai Kagami, the other two classical masterpieces of the kabuki repertoire. This covers four of the five acts of the original play. The missing first one, including the scenes Ōuchi, Kitasaga, Kawagoe Jōshi and Heisoto, is very rarely performed nowadays. You can read the plot of this act here: 🤍 There is also a wonderful English translation of the complete bunraku script by Stanleigh H. Jones Jr., in his book "Yoshitsune and the Thousand Cherry Trees: A Masterpiece of the Eighteenth-Century Japanese Puppet Theater". If you want to learn a bit more about Senbon Zakura, I have a few other videos covering some aspects in more detail: Acting Traditions for the Role of Tadanobu: 🤍 Bunraku and Kabuki, a Comparison of the Torii Mae scene: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 01:06 Part 1 04:47 Part 2 15:13 Part 3 19:26 Part 4 26:42 Part 5 36:28 Part 6